A Space Company You Haven't Heard of Worth Billions

May 8 (Bloomberg) –- You may have never heard of Sierra Nevada Corporation, but the aerospace company launches something into orbit every two to three weeks. Their new space craft “Dream Chaser” is hoping to win the NASA competition in order to be able to shuffle humans back and forth to low earth orbit. Bloomberg gets a rare look at Sierra Nevada’s factory floor and goes inside the new lifting body shuttle. (Source: Bloomberg)
Former CEO of PT Berau Refuses to Leave His Office
46:11 - There are new twists in the tale of Indonesian coal miner Berau with a former director refusing to leave his position or his office. At the same time, shares of its parent company, Asia Resource Minerals, have been suspended in London. Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin reports on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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